Chelski win some pewter

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  1. ManlyBacker

    By:ManlyBackerFeb 28, 2005
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    Not exactly real silverware but Chelsea got the WhoCares Cup. The prat god of a manager was red carded!

    [size=18:3d626dae4c]Liverpool 2-3 Chelsea: FT Report [/size:3d626dae4c]

    Jose Mourinho endured a controversial afternoon as he clinched his first piece of pewterware with Chelsea after a 3-2 extra-time victory over Liverpool at the Millennium Stadium in the Carling Cup.

    Didier Drogba and Mateja Kezman bundled in the winners in a dramatic finale, but their manager was not even there to watch.

    For the Chelsea boss's halo, if one ever existed, had slipped another notch after he was sent from the touchline in disgrace following another unseemly brush with officialdom.

    Chelsea fans will not care a jot. After all, in his first season, Mourinho had just brought the club their first trophy in five years and only the 10th major success in their entire history.
     
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    By:ManlyBackerFeb 28, 2005
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    sorry - wrong forum
     
  3. Dan

    By:DanFeb 28, 2005
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    its 8) dude
     
  4. Fluffy

    By:FluffyFeb 28, 2005
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    grrrrrrrr

    Chelsea suck - not enough aussies in their team
     
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    By:bysoFeb 28, 2005
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    Then don't watch them :wink:
     
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    By:FluffyFeb 28, 2005
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    I dont get to see much football.

    Im tipping a really big year by the aussies - the federations cup will be a test - if we can beat germany and argentina that should be enough to get serious recognition for our players
     
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